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SEO - Niche Website in a week

Discussion in 'Making Money' started by iamthesuark, Feb 16, 2015.

  1. iamthesuark

    iamthesuark Regular Member

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    Hi guys, :eek::eek:

    I have purchased a long tail keyword domain couple of weeks ago, but I didn't have time to work on it.

    Today I have installed Wordpress and the theme (I will probably choose a different one, later) and I have started adding some articles, with pictures, headings, keywords, etc..

    I expect myself to finish the whole website until tonight, since I have a whole day to do it.
    However, I wonder, if I build this website today and I will make manually some SEO backlinks (from forums, blogs, social medias) when will it rank? Will it rank in a week, or how long does it take to rank in Google, for almost a brand new website?

    Please let me know. :):cool:

    Also if you have some favorite Adsense theme & SEO service, please reccomend it below, thanks:)
     
  2. This Web Guy

    This Web Guy Junior Member

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    One does not simply ask when they will rank.

    There's many variables, you could never rank at all.
     
  3. dazk2002

    dazk2002 Power Member

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    I personally would not create backlinks on a brand new site with little content. Ask yourself this: How would anyone even find a new site when the search engines haven't?
    Just add the site to GWMT and let them index it before you do anything.
     
  4. Reeshua

    Reeshua Power Member

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    I strongly recommend to add some content and optimize your on-page SEO first before building links. SEO isn't all about building links, it's also about making your website as crawlable, as helpful, and as user-friendly as possible. With regards to ranking, there's really no set timeframe to rank because all industries are different. However, given the fact that you have a longtail domain, I'm assuming that you are targeting a low-comp keyword. Based on experience, and also assuming you will employ "white-hat" SEO, I would probably give it 2-3 months to rank, considering it's a new website.
     
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